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, abby stoddard, columnist for the hill, michael spir mitt romney is con nish, talk show host and chip saltzman, strategist. i would like to start off with you, is it fair to compare the two tape you the president's tape the conservatives were talking about since last night and the video of congressman ryan saying you 30% of people want to live their lives on welfare is it fair to compare these tapes, especially given the president's tape, then-senator obama, was covered by the media then? >> it a beautiful day in denver today, tamron. first of all. >> nice weather report, eugene. >> obama says nothing new on the tape and it was covered years aleen sirgany but fair it is all fair in politics. if it's on tape, you can put it out. the way it was put out by the daily caller, it was -- i guess you had very to say it was racist in its intent. i mean, clearly, it's supposed to rile up some sort of racial animus against president obama, but he doesn't really say anything in the tape that's all that con throw ver eggs. so i don't know whether it takes the romney/ryan partisans to harp on that.
for his brothers in arms. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i hereby place united states ship michael murph ney commission. >> reporter: the newest destroyer in the navy fleet is named after navy s.e.a.l. michael murphy killed in 2005 while fighting one of the fiercest battles in nas.e.a.l. history. >> it bears the name of a great american. >> reporter: lieutenant murphy was the leader of a four-man team on a reconnaissance mission. the s.e.a.l.s came across three goat herders, but despite the risk they would betray the s.e.a.l.s presence to the taliban and murphy ordered them released and not killed. >> wouldn't even cross his mind to injure a noncombatant. >> reporter: as feared, the taliban were tipped off and attacked. his team outnumbered 10-1, fought back. they radioed for backup, but in a selfless act to save his men, murphy moved into the open, immediately drawing enemy fire to make a desperate call for help. >> he took two rounds to the back and dropped down and sat back up, picked the phone back up and started talking again. >> reporter: 19 servicemen died that day. >> it is your teammate who la
. republican party chairman and then philadelphia mayor michael nutter. >> hello, ohio. >> i love ohio. >> and sizing up the crown jewel of battlegrounds with ohio state attorney general mike dewine and former ohio governor ted strickland. plus, the politics of numbers. explaining the jobs report and weighing its impact with moody's analytic chief econost mark zandi and douglas holtz-akin, and white house correspondent jackie kol linz, and cnn's chief white house correspondent jessica yellin. i'm candy crowley. and this is "state of the union." >>> it was not unanimous, but there was overwhelming consensus among viewers and pundits that mitt romney shined in denver's debate season opener and the president did not. the new yorker magazine summed it up with a cover cartoon of romney debating an empty chair. the captain "mitt stands alone." campaigns are only as good as their last news cycle, so on to danville, kentucky, and thursday night's battle of the number twos. joining me now are philadelphia mayor michael nutter, a long-time friend of joe biden, and republican party chairman reinc
's the first time in 11 quarters should they care. joining me now is dan greenhouse and michael from forbes magazine and co-host of sports money. that's an emmy-award winning show by the way. dan greenhouse, welcome back. you're quoted in in story as saying, yeah, earnings are down but it doesn't matter. the kudlow axiom is profits are the heart of stocks. why are you so unworried about profits falling? >> the quote that the junl took me from later down in the article was simply this is a game that gets played quarter after quarter, year after year between up analysts and forecasters in companies. we pretend as if -- companies are very good at guiding analysts lower and coming in above that. >> the investors are fooled by that bs? >> when the world was ending fire and brim stone, 55% companies beat analysts. >> i'm more concerned. the ratio of negative preannouncement is at 4.3. the historical ratio is 2.5. we've seen companies squeeze everything they can on to expand margins, sales for employees is up 30% since 2009. what concerns me the most is before this quarter began, they were looking
an irrevocable death penalty for the killer? >> no, i don't. >> reporter: michael dukakis' numbers dropped after the unfeeling too cool answer. the undecided need reasons to decide. >> substance is more important but demeanor counts. >> people said what, he doesn't think this is important enough to stick around another ten minutes? >> reporter: al gore hurt by his impatient sighing. this year look for this. >> i have never seen as much lying as i have in this campaign. >> that was gary nurenberg reporting. 9 news now and "u.s.a. today" are teaming up for the debate tonight. starting at 9:00 "u.s.a. today" reporters will be fact checking what the candidates say. you can see their analysis on our website wusa9.com. of course a full recap on 9news now at 11:00. >>> right now we have a full weather forecast and everything else for the week ahead from howard. >> a lot of fog out there this morning. they've expanded the dense fog advisory into the shenandoah valley. not just the northern shenandoah valley but the whole valley now. let's start with the bus stop forecast. getting ready for school, well,
editor to u.s. news and world ror and michael steele is the former chairman of the republican national committee, also an msnbc political analyst. i'm going to try to look at this down the middle. i saw the whole debate today. i think david gregory did a hell of a job. like a referee in a boxing match. each candidate had a tough moment or two. here is warren tripped up, i think, when asked to name a republican she could work with. just name a senator or any bunch of them. here is what she said. let's watch. >> can you name some republicans in the senate today that you are able to work with on big issues, substantive issues, that the country faces. >> i think probably ruched lugar would be one -- >> he's not going to be there. >> he's not going to be there. >> who else could you name, senator? >> that is a problem. let me do this one -- let me -- >> just let me ask the question. are there any republicans that are going to be in the senate that you feel you could work with substantively and compromise with? >> look, it depends on what the subject matter is. >> what was the problem with n
questions about the integrity of the investigation. right before the show, i spoke to michael birnbaum by phone. >> reporter: they looked around here a little more than an how areu and then had gone to a market in town to look for potentially stolen goods. >> you've been in the consulate. what did you find? >> reporter: i found a gutted and loot eed series of building. it's burned out. it's empty now. it's not being overrun bye-byestabye-by bystanders. they let me look around. there are documents scattered all around. there are documents in the bedroom where ambassador stevens was staying. there are lots of documents and files in what appears to have been the security office for the mission. and among those files are records, sensitive records of administrative files, personnel files of libyans working with the americans, records of security protocols for what to do in case of emergency and even a very detailed itinerary of ambassador stevens' five-day trip along with cell phone numbers and names for a lot of the libyans he was trying to meet. >> i'm curious about one other thing, mich
with qualifications, and then think about the vision from the conservatives. michael goves. he wanted to bring back -- [laughter] okay i get the point. michael, who wanted to bring back the two-tier academic exams. i remember was like. i remember the whole one group of young people. we are not going back to those days. [applause] michael goves who had contempt for vocational qualifications and some of the best vocational qualifications our country has. and michael, who has notng to say about education. so in education there is a choice of two futures. education for the narrow elite with the conservative and one nation still system as part of a one nation economy with the next labor government. [applause] to be a one nation economy, we have to make life just that easier for the producers and that much harder for the producers. i think people know what i'm talking about. [applause] the businesses tell me the pressure for the investors can have their own view. they want to plan one year, two years, ten years ahead but have to publish their accounts every three months in line with the wishes of the bes
with a shiny michael jordan haircut. >> ali velshi commissioned that study. >> imagine you're on a plane, you're strapped in, your seat starts wobbling and comes loose. american airlines is inspecting boeing 757s as seats came loose on two planes. they've taken a look at 36 planes. six planes had seats not properly secured. american says not all seats were loose but they had the potential they could loosen. the airline is blaming improperly installed clamps. brings us to george howell, following developments on that story from atlanta. good morning. >> soledad, good morning. you described it. for passengers on these flights it came down to this. you start the flight in one row of seats. by the time the plane takes off and lands, you find yourself on the row back behind you. now, no passengers were injured on these flights but, no doubt, it is bad pr for this already struggling airline, not to mention the safety issues. issues that american airlines promises to fi >> reporter: it's happened on three separate flights with passengers on board. twice on the same plane. entire rows of seats came l
to see you. >> thank you, andrea. >> up next, former bush speechwriter michael gerson on the new mitt romney and send me your thoughts on facebook and twitter @mitchellreports. this is "andrea mitchell reports." check out the latest collection of snacks from lean cuisine. creamy spinach artichoke dip, crispy garlic chicken spring rolls. they're this season's must-have accessory. lean cuisine. be culinary chic. >>> topping the headlines on "andrea mitchell reports" secretary of homeland security janet napolitano has arrived in arizona to meet with the family of slain border patrol agent nicolas ivy. investigators are looking at the possibility he was killed by friendly fire or tuesday. >>> a new york man was killed after he opened fire in a seaside hotel. he had been fired in a company that provides tourists from internships. >>> american airlines grounded boeing 747s to fix seats that might pop loose. the airline says a combination of poor design and overuse have caused the seats to pop out of their tracks. >>> and pain at the pumps for california drivers today, they woke up to a 20 c
. >>> also, scott rasmussen is here with michael reagan at 2:05. he is offering us a dramatic new series of swing state polls, he will bring those to us live on our show. >>> and then the dramatic news in a new polling, new poll that's being put out from the folks at pew. campaign pros ed rollins and joe trippi are here to talk about the latest pew polls, and what a swing we have seen in favor of the republican candidate. joe trippi says this is a big deal, he will explain why coming up. >>> fox news alert now, in just the last hour the folks at sesame street reached tout the obama cam -- out to the obama campaign and asked them to stop using big bird if their campaign ads. ever since governor romney said he would cut funding for pbs, the children's characters have become stars of sorts on the campaign trail. here is just a little bit of one of the president's new ads. >> bernie madoff, dennis kozlowski, criminals, gluttons of greed and the evil genius who towered over them? one man has the guts to speak his name. >> big bird. >> big bird. >> big bird. >> it's me, big bird. >> big, yello
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. down south at fort belvoir 68. outside on our michael & son weather camera, wisconsin avenue, one of our tower cameras in northwest d.c., there's the fog. 71 degrees. winds are calm. the humidity high. 93%. so a very muggy morning out there. i want to show you the national temperatures for the afternoon. these are the forecast highs. look at montana. a shot of cold air is coming down. looks like we're going to get some of that by later in the weekend into early next week especially. out ahead of it we'll be near 90 in north platt, nebraska. the warmth will be with us for a few days to come. the west is quiet although rain and now some snow showing up in montana. the southeast we still have this flow, this tropical moisture across florida, coastal carolinas. this looks like it may bring some showers to southeastern virginia, more so than here but some of the cloudiness with that certainly will be with us on and off throughout the day. future cast is fairly quiet thankfully this morning. we do see a spotty shower. for the afternoon, though, we may see some sunny breaks but also the
her. >>> one of the d.c. council member michael brown's opponents is raising questions about a nonprofit group the council member once ran. he wants the irs to audit the ronald h. brown foundation. the organization is named for brown's father, a former commerce secretary and dnc chairman who died in a plane crash. it lost its tax exempt status in 2010 because it had not filed tax returns for the previous three years. michael brown says he hadn't dealt with the foundation since 2008. >>> there are new health concerns about a government contractor for montgomery county jailed in cuba. doctors fear alan gross may have cancer. an american radiologist says he looked at ct and ultrasound scans cuban doctors performed on a mass. they diagnosed it as a hematoma. the radiologist, though, is concerned it's more serious because gross has lost a lot of weight. gross is serving a 15 year sentence for providing internet equipment cuba's jewish community. >>> 6:49 is our time. maryland governor martin o'malley plans to introduce a verse sham power surcharge today that would let utilities ch
. this was an extremely funny family. the cast, chevy chase, beverly d'angelo, and michael anthony hall. they have a family vibe after all these years. >> taking the kids crosscountry, this is the vehicle you should be using. >> reporter: it's one of the funniest comedies of all-time. >> why aren't we flying? >> because getting there is half the fun. you know that. >> reporter: and it screams 1980s america. "vacation." >> she was born without a tongue, clark. don't you worry about her. she whistles like a bird and eats like a horse. >> when they close the road they put up big signs, like this one. >> reporter: the story of the griswold family, on their epic cross-country quest to get to wally world. >> we're closed for two weeks to clean and repair america's favorite family fun park. >> reporter: now, a reunion with the original cast 30 years in the making. chevy chase, beverly d'angelo, anthony michael hall, and dana barron. one thing is immediately clear. this crew is downright funny. >> they're doing a gag. you can't fool me, buddy. i know you're taping. >> reporter: watching you guys, it's lik
. >> michael kirk is one of the producers of the choice 2012. he's joining me live from new york. and welcome to you, michael. i read your resume. you covered just about everything. i'm fascinated to see this, as you tout this long view of these men's lives. and the promise is that this documentary will take us beyond the sound bites, beyond the ads, the sales pitches. tell me, it sounds like you and your crew talked to a lot of people to get inside the lives of both of these men. >> more than 100 of them, friends, family, enemies, journalists, authors, almost everybody we could dredge up over the last year for two hours, 2 a1/2 hours. i think the challenge was formidable. who do you te the life story and new things about maybe the most famous person in the world, barack obama, or in romney's sense, a man everybody told us was the hidden man, that's the way they described him. and it was a real treat to finally get inside and finally discover what i think we have discovered and what we put on our film tomorrow night. >> and to help americans, of course, make that choice, right, come november
. and michael isikoff is an nbc news national investigative correspondent. first of all, when you go out and have phony lists, that's a criminal matter apparently. >> yes, this is serious. the florida department of law enforcement is going to look into it because this is voter fraud. this is voter registration fraud, and it actually also shows that we already have laws in place to prevent voter fraud and, in fact, the state's going to go after them and that's good. >> give me a damage report on what would happen if these people got away with what they're doing. >> what would happen is really, you know, we know at the end of the day they would not be able to vote actually because, again, we have laws in place that would not permit them to vote. >> but they're showing up on registration lists and where they end up going. >> what would happen is actually this is a fact that, you know, technology allows for them to be knocked out, and that kind of fraud is not going to happen. but we have a problem with people trying to conjure up people that they want to vote republican, and important is th
cannot say it is not constitutional, i cannot afford it. michael melina a fascinating case. he is a glass cutter from redding, mass., working as grandparents firm. they only had a few employees, and typically, they will have somebody that works outside of the small business provide the coverage. if your husband is employed by a corporation, you would get the health insurance for the corporation. the small glass cutting firm did not provide health insurance. michael went to the state and said he had been on the health insurance connector, which was this new agency formed for people like him. if you do not get insurance through your company, you do not qualify for government programs. you could go on to the connector, which is like a shopping mall for various insurance programs. he said i have a wife that is out of work, a mortgage, condominium fees, a car payment -- he detailed his expenses, and he said he cannot afford the six ended $28 for my monthly health- insurance -- $620 for my monthly health-insurance premium. if the state said we think you can, and you should buy this program or t
's policy in the middle east we turn to michael. welcome inside the war room, thanks for joining us. >> thank you, governor. and congratulations on your courage of showing the tiger's clip while sitting in the bay area. >> jennifer: thank you. i got to go with my tigers. >> it's only fair. >> jennifer: romney had a long of strong language on that speech. you have to lead. do you think he provided a lot of differences between what he would do and what the president is doing? in fact what would be the biggest difference that he delivered today? >> i think you are generally right to suggest that there are not huge differences. romney maybe deserves a little bit of criticism for suggesting that there is more difference than there really is. we have some consensus on a number of the big issues. but i would point to syria as one difference. perhaps not directly from american as you were place but nonetheless he seems to want a tip in that direction, and we already have aircraft carriers in the persian region which is true, but i think romney suggested a more muscul
. this is wisconsin avenue. you couldn't tell it but it's from our rooftop camera, michael and son weather cam. high was 72. it is still 72. temps have not gone down at all. dew point is 70, which is miserable for early october, quite frankly. and winds are light and the pressure is 2 mpled 926 inchesof mercury. we're going to go from pea soup to a dust storm in paris, california, in riverside county. it's not super big but it gets bigger, and i tell you what, this is spinning just like a little tiny tornado. it's a violently rotating column of air just picking up dust. that's how we can see it. this actually produced a little bit of damage, as it moved off to the north and the east. you didn't see that too often in california. you see it more often in arizona. let's go back to the maps. we'll talk about the next system heading our way. we've got the system just kind of drifting into western kentucky, but the warm front, and that's really the key, is finally going to go through us tomorrow. that's going to do a couple of things. it will make us warmer and give us more sunshine than today. we pretty
and easton at 49. our michael & son weather camera, this is wisconsin avenue in northeast d.c. it is gleaming with wetness. 48. a windchill making it feel like 43 this morning thanks to a north wind at national at 12 miles an hour. so some showers on the east coast but our next weather maker, the next front that's going to come toward us tomorrow is across the upper midwest. the storm system spinning north of minnesota. showers from the great lakes back through iowa and south dakota this morning. that is driving more toward the east. looks like the bulk of that is going to stay north of us. when i show you the futurecast, you'll see we have a chance for shows showers again this morning pulling away. then tomorrow with the front, we'll be generally clear tonight with patchy fog. tomorrow with the front, we have a chance for a sure in the afternoon. mainly north and east of d.c. so looking at the forecast, today a cool one. we finish with some sunshine, 60 after the cloudy and damp start. tonight we're back down mainly in the 40s with some patchy fog. 70 tomorrow. a little bit breezy. could be
these contributions continue for years to come. i will stop here and allow michael to give you more details. thank you for your support of america's aviation system and keeping this economic engine running at full throttle. >> administrator? >> good morning jarman mica, chairman petrie, ranking member costello and members of the committee. as you heard from deputy secretary porcari, nextgen is happening now. it's not something we are doing alone. it's a public-private partnership that will enhance the safety of our aviation system and lay the groundwork for the united states to continue to operate the safest aviation system in the world. i needed a pre-ready to step up our collaboration with our stakeholders externally to increase the focus on nextgen and to bring benefits to the travelling public now. the faa has a long history of engaging with industry to develop consensus are not policy, programs and regulatory decisions. we have worked closely with our industry partners such as rtca and have incorporated important advice from that organization in our nextgen planning. we also established a broad b
immediate right is michael howe who's the technical cofounder of the fourth of state project as well as the architect of the platform that runs both enterprises. the project focuses on driving media coverage of the election 2012. and i think he'll have a very interesting powerpoint presentation to make to us. to my immediate left is amy davidson, senior editor at the new yorker. she's been at the magazine since 1995, writes a blog and contributes to the magazine's pages. next is anna sale who's a political reporter for wnyc radio politics site, it's a free country.org. she covered the gop primaries, my condolences -- [laughter] and focuses on swing states far away from political rallies. sounds like a much better assignment. [laughter] she appears on the takeaway and contributed to npr, bbc, wgvh, new york 1 and pbs. next to her is greg marx who's a staff writer for the columbia journalism review, co-editor of cjr's swing state project. he was a writer for remapping debate.org, and if you've seen his writings, which i have fold over the last few week -- followed over the last few wee
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